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Empirical Aspirations:  The Substance of Procedure in Online Music Sharing Litigation
By: Jane Bailey


Jane Bailey presented "Empirical Aspirations:  The Substance of Procedure in Online Music Sharing Litigation" in spring 2005 at the Canadian Law and Society Association Conference in Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia.  The presentation focuses on the impact of civil procedure rules compelling disclosure of user identities on online privacy, as well as on the public interest in resolution of the substantive legal issues surrounding online music sharing.  Her paper, "The Substance of Procedure:  Non-Party Disclosure in the Canadian and U.S. Online Music Sharing Litigation" will be published in winter 2006 in a special issue of the Alberta Law Review devoted to the subject of privacy.

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